Thanks to Jim and Ellen Labrie for helping to make the Puddle Dock Pond skating rink project a reality at Strawbery Banke. We’re honored to be mentioned in such company.

Portsmouth Herald: Labries to match donations as deadline looms A large ice skate sign posted near the entrance of Strawbery Banke Musuem in Portsmouth monitors the money raised for the new Puddle Dock Pond ice skating rink scheduled to operate from December through February. Rich Beauchesne/rbeauchesne@seacoastonline.com By Jeff McMenemy July 10, 2014 2:00 AM   […]

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Concord Monitor Letter to the Editor:

“(With) SB 307,as introduced by Sen. Martha Fuller Clark…New Hampshire would have joined the growing list of states calling for a constitutional amendment to reverse the disastrous effects of the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision. Fifty-three town meetings voted for this in March and May… SB 307 explicitly recognized ‘the need for a constitutional […]

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Foster’s Daily Democrat: Sen. Clark attends 15th Anniversary of New Hampshire Lighthouse Week

Saturday, July 5, 2014 From left: State Senator Martha Fuller Clark, Jeremy D’Etremont (operations manager for Friends of Portmouth Harbor Lighthouses), Sharon D’Urso (New Castle postmaster) and Joel Sherburne (director for N.H. Lighthouse Week). Courtesy Photo PORTSMOUTH — On June 15, a special ceremony was held at Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse for the 15 Anniversary of […]

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Portsmouth Herald: Fuller Clark announces re-election bid

Fuller Clark announces re-election bid Preaches minimum-wage raise, Democratic control   State Sen. Martha Fuller Clark announces her bid for re-election Thursday at Strawbery Banke Museum and thanks her friend Terie Norelli, New Hampshire House speaker, who is not seeking re-election. Rich Beauchesne/rbeauchesne@seacoastonline.com By Deborah McDermott dmcdermott@seacoastonline.com June 13, 2014 2:00 AM PORTSMOUTH — Saying […]

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Thank you to the Portsmouth Herald for printing my letter to editor about the risky propane terminal expansion proposal in Newington

Thank you to the Portsmouth Herald for printing my letter to editor about the risky propane terminal expansion proposal in Newington: “This project, which will substantially increase the level of rail utilization in our communities, needs to be scrutinized in the greatest detail possible and, unless and until we’re absolutely confident that the health and […]

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NHBR: N.H. farmers a big winner in 2014 session Bills establish Farm to Plate Program, clear some regulatory hurdles

By Melissa Proulx Published: 06.09.14 Efforts to promote and encourage local farms and businesses continued in the New Hampshire Legislature’s recently concluded 2014 session, On the last day of the session, both the House and Senate passed Senate Bill 141, which establishes the Granite State Farm to Plate Program, allowing local farmers to sell their […]

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